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Could a Viagra-like drug could soon be available over the counter? Impotence pill may no longer need a prescription
By Emma Innes 16:00 GMT 30 May 2014, updated 19:56 GMT 30 May 2014
- Drugs companies will ask for permission to sell Cialis without a prescription
- Will ask for permission to sell it in the U.S. Europe, Canada and Australia
- It remains to be seen if regulators will allow it to be sold in this way
- Drug is not safe to be taken by people with heart disease or those taking some heart medications, but is otherwise considered a low-risk drug
Men could soon be able to buy an anti-impotence drug over the counter.
Pharmaceutical companies Sanofi and Eli Lilly and Co say they plan to ask health regulators for permission to sell Cialis, the world’s top-selling anti-impotence drug, without a prescription.
The drug, which is also used to treat enlarged prostate glands, is currently only available by prescription.
Under the terms of the agreement, Sanofi is buying the exclusive rights to apply for approval of Cialis tablets over the counter in the U.S. Europe, Canada and Australia.
It is not yet clear whether this could include the UK and when the drug could become available if approved.
It also remains to be seen whether regulators will allow Cialis to be sold without a prescription, in view of possible side effects.
Like rival anti-impotence drugs, such as Pfizer Inc’s Viagra, Cialis can cause a dangerous fall in blood pressure if taken with nitrates, a class of heart drugs that include nitroglycerin.
It is also inappropriate for use by people with severe heart disease.
Viagra is not currently available over the counter but can be bought from some specialist pharmacies without a prescription.
It’s not clear when the drug could become available and if health regulators will allow it to be sold without a prescription as it is dangerous for people with heart disease and those on some medications (file picture)
However, before it can be purchased, patients have to be asked a series of health questions by the pharmacist to ensure it is appropriate for them to take.
Professor Raj Pesad, a urologist in Bristol, told MailOnline: ‘If it happens, there needs to be a measure of safety but I think is entirely feasible for pharmacists to advise because Cialsis is a very safe drug.
вЂIt’s the sort of thing that doesn’t necessarily need to be restricted to doctorsвЂ™ prescribing – but it needs to be given with care to people with heart disease or those taking some heart drugs.
вЂThe local pharmacist will know what medications people are on from their local GPs so it is a safe system.
вЂHowever, it can have side effects and could make things like heartburn and acid reflux worse.вЂ™
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Those are counterfeit Viagra pills on the left (top and bottom) and real ones on the right (top and bottom).
Viagra is a frequent target of counterfeiters. And a slew of online pharmacies tout cut-price Viagra. But people who buy drugs online are “playing Russian roulette,” Matthew Bassiur, a Pfizer security specialist told The Associated Press.
Still, the hefty price of Viagra won’t change. The medicine runs about $25 a pill. And many insurers don’t cover it. Add in the embarrassment factor, and you start to understand why many men have preferred to buy Viagra online, even before there was a manufacturer-authorized way of doing so.
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“Is this about embarrassment or price?” asks Richard Evans. a longtime drug industry analyst now at SSR Health, an independent investment research boutique. “The reality is, it’s probably about both. I think it’s more about price.”
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This direct-selling approach is unusual in the drug industry. The AP called it a first.
A few years ago, Pfizer took a step in this direction by offering patients taking the cholesterol-fighter Lipitor a discount program that included fulfillment of prescriptions through a mail-order pharmacy.
That program required patients to enroll first and was motivated mainly by competition from generic versions of Lipitor.
That’s not on the horizon for Viagra. Pfizer expects that U.S. patents will protect the brand-name drug from generic competition until 2020.